Orange Pill Shaped Like Stop Sign

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Bright Orange Hexagon shaped Pill Imprinted With NB
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6 sided stop sign shaped pill with imprint of NB found and the person has an oxycotin addiction. ## I believe the marking you're looking at may actually be N8 and this is an 8mg Suboxone tablet, it's most commonly used to help treat drug addiction. Learn more Suboxone details here. is it possible that the person is seeking treatment? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Jan 10 '13, 2:48 PM
orange octagon pill suboxone
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My Caresource Insurance Stopped Paying For Strips And Now My Pharmacy Gives Me 8mg White / Round Generic Pills Which Insurance Covers. Is There Any Way I Can Get The Orange Octagon N8 Pills? Does Anyone Know What Pharmacy Might Give These And Will Caresource Pay For Them In Ohio. Are They Better? ## I'm on the films and I prefer them to the pills. And no you can't get the stop sign shaped pills by reckitt anymore as they phased them out a few years ago due to "children safety" when there is no evidence backing this up which is why they are facing a mega legal suit from the FDA. You can get generic pills however but not generic films as those are only brand name. I tried the generic pills and didn't care for em so I take an 8mg strip a day and have for years and never... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Jun 29 '17, 8:58 AM
what kind of pill is this: orange, octagone shaped, 6 sided, with a W on one side and 75 on other?
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Orange, maybe peach colored, looks like a stop sign, has a W on one side and 75mg on the other. ## This tablet contains 75mgs of Ranitidine, the active ingredient in Zantac, this is an over the counter dosage and a generic or store brand of it. This medication is usually used to treat or prevent conditions such as: heartburn, gastritis, ulcers and GERD. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, gas and stomach pain. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ranitidine.
Wed, Dec 15 '10, 1:38 PM
orange colored pill with N8 on one side and J on the other side
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My hubby and I found 2 of these pills.They are shaped like a stop sign, orange in color and have N8 on one side with a wierd shape on the other. Please anyone who might know -------- Help!!!!! ## This is something called Subutex, it has 8mg of buprenorphine and 2mg of naloxone. It is used to help people detox from opiates such as vicodin, percocet, lortab, etc. The bupreorphone is used to help the withdrawal symptoms and the naloxone is to prevent a person from abusing the bupreoprphone, such as crushing it and snorting it or taking too many. ## umm... sorry but you are wrong. Subotex is a WHITE pill, that is oblong shaped and small. The orange pill that is shaped like a stop sign that you found is called a suboxen, which is an opiate blocker. Subotex is a varied form of the orange pill... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Subutex.
Wed, Mar 20 '13, 12:17 PM
What does opana look like does it have E316 on bottom 10
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E316 one bottom 10 miigrams hot pink in color ## Sorry, there is nothing listed under that imprint. Are you in the US and if so, could you please double check those markings? ## Maybe you meant E613 over10? ## Opana 10mg is a bright pink tablet. One side has E613 with the number 10 underneath it, the other side is blank. ## the ones im prescribed are orange stop sign shaped with a 10 on one side ...
Updated 7 years ago in Opana.
Sun, Mar 21 '10, 12:31 AM
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orange stop sign shaped ## I assume you're referring to Suboxone, that also matches that pill description. It contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine. This is a narcotic used to treat drug addiction and cases of severe, chronic pain. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## is it easy to get off of it? i was on it then stop by insurance ive been sick ever since ...
Updated 6 months ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Mar 29 '17, 5:03 PM

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